Despite an average loss of -0,83%, ETFs tracking Swiss Large & Mid Cap Stocks experienced important inflows on Wednesday, June 26th. Indeed, with $154M of new shares created on the primary market, it is the 3rd largest inflow recorded in 2019 for this segment. This sudden surge of interest from investors over Swiss stocks can be explained by the fact that Switzerland has an agreement with the EU which allow its stocks to be traded in the different European trading places, and this agreement is going to end the 30 of June. The London Stock Exchange, as well as other trading places, have declared the trading of more than 200 shares issued by Swiss companies will stop on the 1st of July, unless another agreement is found. As a result, EU-based traders would be unable to trade Swiss stocks in these places, thus they rushed into ETFs, which are a way to invest in Swiss stocks differently. Year-to-date, the segment is doing really well with a cumulated performance of +21,44%. 21 ETFs are tracking 14 indices related to Swiss Large & Mid Cap stocks, for a total of $4,08Bn of assets under management.